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As we all know, Twitter is one of the best resources to accompany you on staying up to date (in real time, of course) with the news, trends, and favorite celebrity gossip. Well, as New Yorkers, keeping up with those trends and times is something that comes quite natural to us. We've found the best Twitter accounts who are solely dedicated to giving you the updates, headlines, and best party locations on the island of Manhattan, for locals and tourists alike. In honor of Twitter's IPO this morning, click through to see who you should be following to keep you in the know in New York City. More»
Today I found myself reflecting on Hurricane Sandy, Lou Reed, and the old Penn Station. Then, I took a look at what is really in my friend's MDMA (Molly) pills, I got in touch with Facebook's oldest user and I shared my favorite Halloween costume idea. Let's get started...
Hey boys, the girls got a new club and you better listen up! Chances are you know many of the big names on TheLi.st – a new start-up that serves as "a platform for awesome women" according to its founders, Rachel Sklar and Glynnis MacNicol. It's a group that has grown from a small table at Tom & Jerry’s bar to a veritable power list of women over 400 strong.
“There’s a lot money to be made on taking women seriously,” explained Rachel in TheLi.st's new Manhattan office. “That’s actually a quote from Cindy Gallop (of the infamous TED talk Make Love Not Porn, another well-known crusader for women), and we have used it over and over again.” Rachel and Glynnis have been sharing women’s stories in the media for the better part of the last decade, and now they are formally giving them a club to support and connect to one another. It’s an “old boys club” for women – but it’s not on a golf course, it’s online, and it’s helping to get girls, women and mothers interested, engaged, and even funded in the tech space. Powerful men are taking notice and getting on board - they have figured out that women are a good investment. Angel investor and Barbarian Group co-founder Rick Webb is an adviser and "mega supporter of women"; the NYTimes' Nick Bilton wants in on the 'Friends of TheLi.st list', and guys like The Daily's Greg Clayman, David Pakman of Venrock, CNN's Jonathan Wald and Lean Startup's Eric Ries are champions and supporters. More»
Frateli Rossetti opens in China, Annick Gorman is named creative director for Rena Lange, Fashion Group International's Night of Stars gala presenters are confirmed, and much more in today's fashion files! More»
Bonnaroo invades Manchester, TN, bringing out artists like D'Angelo, The Beach Boys, and Phish, the Electric Daisy Carnival shuts down the Las Vegas Motor Speedway with David Guetta, Afrojack, and Tiesto, Azealia Banks deletes her Twitter, claiming that she is a "vocalist," and more! Get caught up on today's music news! More»
If a picture is worth a thousand words then the work created by artist Jim Denevan must be worth a million. This Santa-Cruz native has found a way to utilize the earth's natural landscapes as his canvas which have ranged from the sandy, arid desserts in Nevada to the snow covered Lake Baikal in Siberia. More»
If you haven't been looking your best lately, a new study has found a quick fix: have a drink! It comes as no surprise that a few glasses of alcohol can tremendously boost your confidence level (sometimes in a not so helpful way), but what is surprising is that even believing that you've had a drink can also make you feel more attractive. More»
Friday, March 7
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.